Hospitals are the places where most of the infections with superbacteria occur
Superbacteria kill 33,000 Europeans every year - health short science news

33,000 Europeans die each year following infections with antibiotics-resistant bacteria, a new study shows. Furthermore, the burden of these infections is comparable to that of influenza, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS combined. Most the infections, 75%, occur in hospitals, and 39% is caused by infections by bacteria that are resistant to last-line antibiotics such as carbapenems and colistin. It is thus important to take measures to prevent infection with these so-called superbacteria, and this includes central European coordination.

Read the full story: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Scientific publication: The Lancet – Infectious Diseases